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Robocop 2
Publisher: Ocean     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

Box scan missing - can you help? Robocop 2 Click here to listen to the music from Robocop 2 on-line
Genres : Action / Movie License
Musician : Jonathan Dunn    

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# 19 - Feb 91
There is a sequel to this game called Robocop 3
There is a prequel to this game called Robocop

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Grunaki wrote ...2006-05-28 10:34:04
After the 8-bit 'Robocop', Ocean started making all these movie tie-ins with the same format - Shooting platformers. See this and 'Batman The Movie' as prime examples. Although to their credit the ST/Amiga version of 'Robocop' was a conversion of the Data East coin-op. This looks like the 8-bit version of 'Robocop' though, which I didn't mind, but I seem to remember that 'Robocop 2' played like a bit of a dog and was way too hard.
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-14 08:58:48
Much better than the first installmment but a good deal tougher. Improved graphics hightened the gameplay this time.
Violent Cat wrote ...2003-09-16 17:14:13
The ST version is a poor version next to the arcade version the original Robocop 2 was developed by Data East much better version
J. Stock wrote ...2003-07-13 08:49:21
The fact that it never had a save feature frustrated me. I also remember other frustrations about this game... The first "platformy" level was okay, but for each subsequent "platformy" level, one had to do a target practice, which would tell you what shot:kill ratio you would have for the next level. Often this would make things increasingly frustrating... I never got past level 4 by the way.
guy ross wrote ...2003-02-18 18:03:00
Not as good as the first robocop... Which wasn't very good... Strangely, robocop III (which came out before the film, oddly enough) by ocean (which, for what I'm about to say, is even more bizarre) was a top game, with good graphics, sound and was a damn fine laugh (the shooting bit was probably the closest the ST got to wolfenstien/doom before substation and the like appeared)... so really, this fond memory isn't of this game at all.. I'll silence
Henke wrote ...2002-11-21 12:49:25
Pretty good game but I prefer Robocop 1 (as with the movies). Never got very far in this one.
GordiniMan wrote ...2002-01-12 10:40:11
i loved this game but i never completed it!!!!